Noni was first discovered and used by man long before recorded history in Southeast Asia and the subcontinent, when ancient Indian medicine men began examining the natural world to find plants good not only for food, but to treat disease and otherwise benefit their health. From Asia it was brought by early settlers to the Polynesian islands in the Pacific.
Noni, Nonu or Nono in the Pacific region, Menkudo in Malaysia, Nhau in Southeast Asia, translated – pain killer tree” in the Caribbean, Lada in Guam, Grand Morinda in Vietriam, Kura on Fiji, Bumbo in Africa, in Australia as “Cheesefruit” in order to name only some examples. In the German- botanist’s language Noni is marked as Indian mulberry shrub.
Traditionally Noni has been used as a treatment for malaria, to reduce fever and analgesic. It`s been used for jaundice, hypertension, stomach ulcers, tuberculosis, sprains, deep bruising, rheumatism, sore throat, body or intestinal worms,to reduce fever, cuts and wounds, abscesses, mouth and gum infections, toothaches, stomach ache, fractures, diabetes, loss of appetite, urinary tract ailments, abdominal swelling, hernias, and human vitamin A deficiency.
Noni is known to aliviate indigestion, menstrual cramps, chronic fatigue syndrome, skin disorders, dementia, asthma, depression, diabetes, enlarged prostate, strokes, and even relieve the symphtomes of AIDS.
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